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Science in Everyday Life

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The switch that I may be used to put on the power may not be working. There might be a wiring problem. A tree may have fallen on the power line earlier and caused an interruption. This may also be a planned interruption that probably got announced on the news. After forming all my possibilities, I will proceed to eliminate the poor choices. The switch that I use to put the power on is a poor choice. When I left the house in the morning it was working, and no one else has been to my house.

I will also eliminate the choice that there might be a wiring problem because I get the wiring checked frequently. This leaves me with four choices. The problem is with the power supply, the transformer blew up, a tree fell on the power line or this was a planned interruption. After this research, I will then form a hypothesis. This is a possible solution to my problem after gathering sufficient information about why my lights do not come on when I turn on the light switch.

The solution to the problem would be to call the power supply company using my cell phone and inquire what the problem might be. I can then proceed to request them if it is possible for them to fix it soon. After the formation of a hypothesis, I will then perform an experiment on my hypothesis to see if it works. This gets done so as to determine whether the hypothesis solves the problem or not. This experiment also gets done as a way of gathering more data.

I proceed to call my power supply company as an experiment following my hypothesis. I become informed that this was a planned interruption that got announced during the nine o’ clock news the previous night. I further get informed that it got done late in the night to allow some necessary upgrades to get done. I conclude that I missed the announcement because I come home late every night. My problem gets solved because I get told that power will be back in two hours, and I become satisfied.

We are out camping with friends; at 9 o’ clock, the camp manager asks everyone to enter their tents and go to sleep since it is not safe to stay out of the tent late in the night.

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